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Introductions & Opening topic - The policy social graph.

  • Jun 14, 2012 · 7:00 PM
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Hello -

As organizer, I'd like to propose our first topic of discussion,  the policy social graph.

I will lead discussions about what are the previous experiences and models in integrating social media with policy/politics and where they have succeeded and failed.  How does mobile social media contrast with old media and how new technology can transform.

I will propose an idea of a policy social graph model, and invite members to deconstruct and reconstruct the model.

Then, I hope to end with concrete projects ideas that we could take home individually or form groups to work on.  These project ideas I hope are lean, practical, and relevant for the upcoming election.  I hope that with our motivated members we might move with the vision to use technology to improve civic discourse, and greater voter engagement and participation at the local, state and national level.

 

Lori

 

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